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A  BIBLIOGRAPHY  OF  INSECT-RESISTANT  PACKAGING,    1913-69 


SEP  1 5  1970 

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Agricultural  Research  Service 
UNITED  STATES  DEPARTMENT   OF  AGRICULTURE 


A  BIBLIOGRAPHY  OF  INSECT-RESISTANT   PACKAGING,   1913-69 

By  Henry  A.  Highland  and  C.  E.  Metts 

Stored- Product  Insects  Research  Branch 

Market  Quality  Research  Division,  Agricultural  Research  Service 

U.  S.  Department  of  Agriculture 

Savannah,  Ga. 


Insect- resistant  packaging  is  a  fairly  recent  development  brought  about  by  signifi- 
cant breakthroughs  in  research  and  technology.    Reports  on  the  problem  of  insects 
infesting  packaged  foods  and  on  the  development  of  insect- resistant  packaging  are 
found  in  a  wide  variety  of  publications  because  so  many  phases  of  food  processing, 
food  packaging,  shipping,  warehousing,  storing,  and  retailing  are  involved.    Also  in- 
volved are  insect- control  and  sanitation  programs  and  the  safe  use  of  chemical  insecti- 
cides and  repellents.    We  hope  that  this  bibliography  will  save  time  and  money  for 
prospective  investigators  and  packagers  by  making  available  a  comprehensive  view  of 
the  present  status  of  insect- resistant  packaging  as  well  as  by  furnishing  numerous 
leads  for  profitable  lines  of  inquiry  without  duplication  of  effort. 

The  bibliography  was  completed  in  March  1970;  it  includes  all  articles  found  in 
the  literature  search.    Call  numbers  following  the  citations  are  those  used  in  the 
National  Agricultural  Library. 


BIBLIOGRAPHY 

1.     Anonymous. 

1955.     insect  control  in  food  packages.    Jour.  Agr.  Food  Chem.  3(12):  991. 
381  J8223. 

2. 


1955.     preventing  insect  attack  on  packages.   [  Report  of  a  lecture  by 

Miss  D.  M.  Evans.]     World's  Paper  Trade  Rev.   [  London.]    144(3):  213. 
302.8  W89. 


3. 


4. 


1958.     new  developments  in  insect-proof  food  wrappers.     Food  Trade  Rev. 
XXVIII(4):  37.     389.8  F7334. 


1963o     new  insect- proof  package,    U.S.  Dept„  Agr.    Agr.  Mktgo  8(4):  4-5< 
A2^.38  Ag8. 

.3 


5.  ______ 

1963.     (summer)  protecting  citrus  pulp  from  insects^    Cyanagrams  10(2):  18-21. 

381  Am  392  o 


1964.     new  carton  construction  said  to  control  insect  infestation  and  sifting. 
Pacl<aging  32(4):  25. 

7,  _______ 

1964.     preventing  insect  infestation  through  multiwall  bags.    Food  Processing 
25(7):  114-116.    389.8  F7325. 


1965.  technological  break-through  in  packaging  material  for  flour  at  savannah 
center.    Amer,  Miller  and  Processor  93(4):  8-9.    298.8  Am  32. 

9.   Arnold,  K.  A. 

1955.  insect  repellency  in  multiwalls.  Mod.  Packaging  28(12):  120,  121;  194, 
196.     309.8  M72. 

10.  ______ 

1955.     insect  repellent  coatings  for  multiwall  paper  bags.    TAPPI  38(6):  326-328. 
302,8X162. 

11.  Atkins,  W.  G. ,  and  Greer,  E.  N. 

1953.     the  storage  of  flour  in  jute  bags  treated  with  insecticides.    Jour.  Sci. 
Food  Agr.  4(3):  155-160.     382  So  12. 

12.  Bartos,  J.,  Trnke,  M. ,  and  Novak,  M. 

1960.  protection  of  packaging  materials  from  the  penetration  of  insects.    Obaly 
6(2):  34-38.     f  Pub,  in  Czech.]     280.33  OBI. 

13.  Block,  S.  S, 

1951.     protection  of  paper  and  textile  products  from  insect  damage.    Indus. 
Engin.  Chem,  43(7):  1558-1563.     381  J825. 

14.  Brooke,  J.  P. 

1961.  the  treatment  ot  food  packaging  materials  with  pyrethrins  and  piperonyl 
butoxide  for  the  protection  of  pacl<a,ged  products  from  insect  infestation. 
Pyrethrum  Post  6(1):  14-22.    421  P99. 

15.  ______  and  Lomax,  P.  H. 

1967.     protection  of  packaged  foods  from  insects.    Food  Processing  &  Mktg. 
36(424):  13-15.    389.8  F738. 


16.  Burton,   L.  V. 

1949.     infestation  prevention  in  containers,    Canad.,  Food  Indus.  20(6):  25,  27. 
286.83  C166. 

17.  Butterfieid,  D.  E.,  Parkin,  E.  A.,  and  Gale,  M.  M. 

1949,     the  transfer  of  DDT  to  foodstuffs  from  impregnated  sacking.    Jour.  Soc. 
Chem.  Indus,  68:  310-313, 

18.  Chakraverti,  I.  B. 

1955,     insect- proofing  of  jute  bags  for  storage  of  food  grains.    Textile  Digest 
XVI(2):  81-85,    304.8  T3153. 

19.  Chamberlain,  W.  F. ,  and  Hoskins,  W.  M. 

1949o     the  toxicity  and  repellence  of  organic  chemicals  toward  termites,  and 
their  use  in  termite- proofing  food  packages,    Hilgardia  19(9):  285-307. 
100  C12H. 

20.  Chazin,  J.  D. 

1969.     quantitative  gas- liquid  chromatographic  analysis  for  piperonyl  butoxide 
in  insect  repellent  treated  paper.    TAPPI  52(3):  414-418. 

21.  Collins,  H.  E. 

1961.     protecting  quality  by  packaging — perfectly  sealed  packages  deny  insects 
entry.    Candy  Indus,  Confectioner's  Jour.  117(4):  23-24,  26,  31. 
389.8  C168. 

22. 


1963.     new  data  on  insect  infestation.    Mod.  Packaging  37(2):  132-135,  195. 
309,8  M72. 


23. 


1963,     some  tips  for  pest  controllers  on  how  food  packaging  affects  insect 
invasion.    Pest  Control  31(10):  26-29.    449.8  Ex8, 


24,    Cotton,  R,  T. 

1944.     protection  of  stored  and  dried  processed  foods  and  seed  supplies  from 
insect  attack.    Jour,  Econ.  Ent,  37(3):  380-384,    421  J822. 

25, 


1946.     the  insect  problems  of  dried  food  storage,    Inst,  Food  Technol.  1945 
Proc,  6:  49-53, 


26. 


1961.     infestations  in  packaged  foods.    Northwest.  Miller  265(4):  28-30, 
298,8  N81, 


27.  Frankenfeld,  J.  C. ,  and  Strickland,  W.  B. 

1949.     insect- proofing  cotton  bags.    U.S.  Dept.  Agr,  Bur.  Ent.  Plant  Quar. 
Ser.  E-783.     [Mimeographed.] 

28.  Frankenfeld,  J.  C,  and  Strickland,  W.  B. 

1949.     insect- repellent  cotton  bags:  treatment  of  cloth  with  new  non- toxic 
insecticides  shows  great  promise.    Mod.  Packaging  23(3):  126-127. 
309.8  M72„ 

29.  Cueto,  C,  and  Dale,  W.  E» 

1953.     colorimetric  determination  of  pyrethrins,  allethrin,  and  furethrin. 
Analyt.  Chem.  25(9):  1367-1369.     381  J825A. 

30.  Dal  Monte,  G. 

1969.     tests  on  the  resistance  of  some  plastic  packing  films  to  attack  by 
granivorous  insects.    Ministero  Dell'Agricoltura  E  Delle  Foreste, 
Roma.  50  pp.   [  Italian  with  English  summary,] 

31o    Davey,  P.  M.,  and  Amos,  T.  G. 

1961.  testing  of  paper  and  other  sack  materials  for  penetration  by  insects  which 
infest  stored  products.    Jour.  Sci.  Food  Agr.  12(3):  177-187.    382  Sol2. 

32.  Davis,  D.  F. ,  and  Laudani,  H. 

1956.     long-term  insecticide  tests.    Mod.  Packaging  29(7):  236-240,  332,  334, 
337,   338.     309.8  M72. 

33.  Dennis,  P.  O. 

1962.  insect  infestation.    Food  Processing  and  Packaging  31(367):  131-133. 

34.  Despaul,  J.  E. 

1955.     army  prevents  infestation  of  cellophane  wrapped  rations.    Food  Technol. 
9(5):  18  of  Technol.  program  and  abstract,    389.8  F7398. 

35, 


1957.     penetration  of  protective  coverings  by  insects.    Jour,  Milk  and  Food 
Technol,  20(4):  100-104.    44,8J824, 

36.  Dickinson,  B.  C.,  and  Incho,  E.  J. 

1960.  insect- proofing  of  food  packaging  materials.  _In  H.  H.  Shepard,  Methods 
of  Testing  Chemicals  in  Insects,  v.  II.  pp,  120-130.  Burgess  Pub.  Co., 
Minneapolis.    423  Sh4M. 

37.  Edwards,  D.  G. 

1955.     some  factors  affecting  the  laboratory  testing  of  packages  for  resistance 
to  boring  insects.    TAPPI  38(6):  341-347.    302,8  T162. 


38.  Edwards,  F.  I.,  and  Cueto,  C. 

1952.     estimation  of  pyrethrins  on  coated  paper  bags.    Anal}^;.  Chem.  24(8): 
1357-1359.     381  J825A. 

39.  Essex,  C.  D.,  and  Shelton,  J.  H. 

1956.     insect  pests  of  cereal  products.     Food  [  London.]    25  (293):  55-58. 

389.8  F738. 

40.  Essig,  E.  O. 

1945.     insects:  their  relation  to  packages  and  packaging  materials. 
Mod.  Packaging  18(11):  135,  141,  192.    309.8  M72. 

41. Hoskins,  W.  M. ,   Linsley,  E.  G. ,  and  others. 

1943.  a  report  on  the  penetration  of  packaging  materials  by  insects.    Jour.  Econ. 
Ent.  36(6):  822-829.     421  J822. 

42.  Hoskins,  W.  M.  Linsley,  E.  G. ,  and  others. 

1944.  penetration  of  packaging  materials  by  insects.    Mod.  Packaging  17(11): 
109-113.     309.8  M72. 

43.  Evans,  D.  M. 

1962.     the  prevention  of  insect  damage  to  packed  food.    World's  Paper  Trade 
Rev.   [  London.]    158(19):  1618.     302.8  W89. 

44.  Frings,  H. 

1948.     inorganic  salts  as  repellents  for  package- penetrating  insects.    Jour.  Econ. 
Ent.  41(3):  413-416.    421  J822. 

45.  Gerhardt,  P.  D. ,  and  Lindgren,  D.  L. 

1954.     penetration  of  packaging  films.    Calif.  Agr.  8(6):  3-4.    100  012  Gag, 

46.  and  Lindgren,  D.  L. 

1954.  penetration  of  various  packaging  films  by  common  stored- product  insects. 
Jour.  Econ.  Ent.  47(2):  282-287.    421  J822, 

47.  and  Lindgren,  D.  L. 

1955.  insect  penetration  of  films.   Mod.  Packaging  28(8):  216-219.    309.8  M72. 

48.  and  Lindgren,  D.  L. 

1955.     penetration  of  additional  packaging  films  by  common  stored-product 
insects.    Jour.  Econ.  Ent.  48(1):  108-109.    421  J822. 

49.  Goodwin- Bailey,  K.  F.,  and  Brooke,  J.  P. 

1960.     the  treatment  of  wrapping  materials  for  food- stuffs  with  pyrethrum  and 
piperonyl  butoxide  for  protection  against  insect  infestation. 
IVth  Internatl.  Cong.  Crop  Protect.  Proc.  Sect.  2.  2(2):  1761-1767. 

464.9  In832P. 


50.  Gray,   H.  E.        ' 

1952.     packaging  of  cereals  and  some  chemical  treatments  to  increase  resistance 
to  penetration  by  insects.    Amer.  Assoc.  Cereal  Chem.,  Trans.  10(1): 
50-58. 

51.  ■ 


1955.     premix  food  packages  and  some  chemical  treatments  to  reduce  penetration 
by  insects.    TAPPI  38(6):  329-333.     302.8  T162. 

52.    Henock,  R.   L. 

1964.     minneapolis  mill  and  u.s.  navy  provide  proving  ground  for  flour-pack 
technique.    Amer»  Miller  &  Processor  92(11):  2i-23.    298.8  Am32. 

53. 


1964.     minneapolis  mill  and  u.  s.  navy  provide  proving  ground  for  flour  packing, 
part  II.    Amer.  Miller  &  Processor  92(12):  7-9.    298„8  Am32. 

54.  Highland,   H.  A. 

1967.  resistance  to  insect  penetration  of  carbaryl- coated  kraft  bags.    Jour.  Econ. 
Ent.  60(2):  451-452.     421  J822. 

55.  Byrd,  R.  V. ,  and  Secreast,  M. 

1968.  effect  of  ethylene  vinyl  acetate  on  the  migration  of  piperonyl  butoxide  from 
coatings  of  synergized  pyrethrins  on  kraft  paper.    U.S.  Agr,  Res.  Serv. 
ARS  51-28,   10  pp. 

56.  _^ Davis,  D.  F. ,  and  Marzke,  F.  O. 

1964.     insectproofing  multiwall  bags.    Mod.  Packaging  37(12):  133,  184,  136, 
137,   138,   195.     309o8  M72. 

57. and  Guy,  R.  H. 


1969.     insect  resistance  of  polypropylene  film  overwrap  on  cigarette  packages. 
Tobacco  169(9):  23-25.     286^89  T552. 

58.  Guy,  R.   H. ,  and  Laudani,  H. 

1968.     polypropylene  vs.  insect  infestation.    Mod.  Packaging  41(12):  113-115. 
309.8  M72. 

59.  _^ and  Jay,   E„  G. 

1965.  an  insect- resistant  film.    Mod.  Packaging  38(7):  205,  206,  282.    309.8  M72. 

60. Jay,   E.  G. ,   Phillips,   Mo,  and  Davis,  Do  F. 

1966.  the  migration  of  piperonyl  butoxide  from  treated  multiwall  kraft  bags  into 
four  commoditieso    Jour.  Econ.  Ent.  59(3):  543-545.    421  J822. 


61o Mangum,  E.  L. ,  and  Schoenherr,  W.  H. 

1970,     values  of  insect- resistant  cotton  bags  in  overseas  shipments  examined. 
Northwest.  Miller  277(3):  8-12. 

62o  Secreast,  M. ,  and  Merritt,  P.  H. 

1968,     po l5rviny lid ene- coated  kraft  paper  as  an  insecticide  barrier  in  insect- 
resistant  packages  for  food.    Jouro  Econ.  Ent,  61(5):  1459-60.    421  J822. 

63. Secreast,  Mo,  and  Merritt,  P.  H. 

1970.     packaging  materials  as  barriers  to  piperonyl  butoxide  migration. 
Jour.  Econ,  Ent.  63(1):  7-10. 

64.  Hill,  E.  G. 

1963.     treatment  for  insects  and  mites  in  sacks.    Milling  [  Liverpool,] 
CCXXXXI(24):  657-658,    298.8  M622. 

65.  Huge,  T.   L. 

1959.     bars  insects  from  packages.    Food  Engin.  31(11):  62-63,    389.8  F737. 

66, 


1960.     barring  insects  from  packages.    Biscuit  Maker  and  Plant  Baker  [  London,] 
11(11):  972,  974,     389.8  B54, 

67.  Incho,  H.  H. ,  Incho,  E.  J,,  and  Matthews,  N,  M, 

1953,     insect- proofing  paper.    Jour.  Agr,  and  Food  Chem,  1(20):  1200-1203. 
381  J8223. 

68.  Inwang,  E.  E.,  and  Morrison,   F.  O, 

1963,     note  on  an  apparatus  for  testing  insect-proofed  packaging  materials. 
Phytoprotection  [Quebec]    44(1):  51,  52.    464.8  P566, 

69.  Iyengar,  N.  V.  R.,  Sharangapani,  M,  V,,  and  Pingale,  S,  V. 

1958,     packaging  wheat  flour  in  laminated  jute  bags.    Food  Sci.   [  Mysore,] 
7(12):  357-360,    389.9  M99. 

70.  Jewett,  H.  H.,  and  Price,  W.  A, 

1951.  protecting  stored  corn  from  grain  insects  by  bags  impregnated  with  DDT. 
Ky.  Agr,  Expt.  Sta.  Bui,  571,  8  pp,    100  K41, 

71.  Jirkovska,  M.,  and  Ondrejka,  J. 

1960.     insecticides  in  the  packaging  techniques.    Obaly  6(1):  23-28. 

72.  Jones,  H,  A.,  Kerbey,  G.  F, ,  and  Incho,  E.  J, 

1952.  insect-proofing  of  paper.    Thirty- eighth  Mid- Year  Meeting  Chem.  Spec. 
Mfrs,  Assoc,  Proc, ,  pp,  94-96,    307,9  04  2. 


73,  Kenan,  R.  Ho 

1959.  insect  repellent  treatments  for  packaging  applications  (condensed), 
Mfrs.  Confectioner  XXXIX(5):  43-45.    389,8  M31. 

74,  Khalsa,  H.  G. 

1964.     insect- proof  bags  for  foodstuffs.    Labdev.  Jour,  Sci.  Tech.  2(1):  3  pp. 

75,  Lai,  Rattan,  Srivastava,  P.  D,,  and  Dhar,  P. 

1960.  efficacy  of  insecticide  impregnated  jute  bags  against  Sitophilus  oryzae 
Linnaeus  (Cur culionidae:  Coleoptera).    Indian  Jour,  Ent.   [New  Delhi.] 
XXn  (HI):  204-210.    420  In23. 

76,  Landrock,  A.  H. 

1950.     stored  food  product  insects  and  their  relationship  to  packaging  problems. 
[  Unpublished  M.S.  thesis,  copy  on  file  Boston  University,] 

77,  Laudani,  H. 

1957.     insect  infestation  of  packaged  commodities  and  its  prevention, 
Feedstuffs  30(3):  14-16,    286.81  F322. 

78, 


1958.     three  questions  concerning  insects  in  packages.    Northwest.  Miller 
259(7):  16-17.    298.8  N81. 


79< 


1963,     protection  of  food  from  insect  damage  during  long-term  storage. 
Food  Technol.  17(12):  50-53.     389,8  F7398. 

80, and  Davis,  D.  F. 

1955,     the  status  of  Federal  research  on  the  development  of  insect- resistant 
packages,    TAPPI  38(6):  322-326,    302,8  T162. 

81, Davis,  D.  F. ,  and  Swank,  G.  R, 

1955.     a  laboratory  method  of  evaluating  the  repellency  of  treated  paper  to 
stored-product  insects.    TAPPI  38(6):  336-341.    302.8  T162, 

82, Davis,  D.  F. ,  and  Swank,  G,  R, 

1958.     improved  packaging  methods  can  cut  insect  infestation.    Mod.  Sanit,  Bldg. 
Maintenance  10(3):  17-21. 

83, Davis,  D.  F. ,  and  Swank,  G,  R. 

1958.     product  sanitation  at  point  of  sale  or  use,    Amer.  Miller  and  Processor 
86(4):  30,   32,  40,  42.    298,8  Am32. 


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84.  Davis,  D,  F.,  Swank,  G.  R, ,  and  Yeomans,  A.  H. 

1956.     dried  citrus  pulp  insect  problem  and  its  possible  solution  with  insecticide- 
coated  paper  bags.     Fla.  State  Hort.  Soc.  Sixty-ninth  Ann.  Meeting  Proc. 
69:  191-195.     81  F66. 

85.  Highland,  H«  A.,  and  Jay,  E.  G. 

1966.  treated  bags  keep  corn  meal  insect-free  during  overseas  shipment. 
Amer.  Miller  and  Processor  94(2):  14-19,  33o    298.8  Am32. 

86.  Lavers,  C.  G.,  and  Jacobs,  E.  T. 

1955.     package  construction  for  insect  resistance.    The  British  Packer  17(4): 
312,   314,   342. 

87.  Linsley,  E.  G. 

1944.     protection  of  dried  packaged  foodstuffs  from  insect  damage.    Jour.  Econ. 
Ent.   37(3):  377-379.     421  J822. 

88.  Loschiavo,  S.  R. 

1969.     effects  of  the  antifeeding  compound  AC-24055  (4'- (3,  3-dimethyl-l- 

triazeno)acetanilide)  on  the  survival,  development,  and  reproduction  of 
some  stored- product  insects.    Jour.  Econ.  Ent.  62(1):  102-107. 
421  J822. 

89.  Majumder,  S.  K. ,  Krishnarao,  J.  K. ,  and  Sethumadhavan,  H.  G. 

1961.     insect- proofing  of  gunny  sacks  for  grain  storage.    Res.  &  Indus.  6(11): 
391-393. 

90.    and  Pingale,  S.  V. 

1955.     impregnation  of  jute  bags  with  lindane:  some  physico-chemical  aspects. 
Jour.  Sci.  Indus.  Res.  14B(6):  298-301. 

91.  Mallis,  Arnold,  Esterlin,  W.  E.,  and  Miller,  A.  C. 

1961.     keeping  german  cockroaches  out  of  beer  cases.    Pest  Control  29(6):  32-35. 

449.8  Ex8. 

92.  Marzke,  F.  O. 

1959.     resistance  of  drums  and  barrels  containing  nonfat  dry  milk  to  insect 
invasion.    U.S.  Dept.  Agr.  Mktg.  Res.  Rpt.  307,  9  pp.    lAg  84Mr. 

93.  Mathen,  K. ,  Mathew,  J.,  and  Kurian,  C. 

1968,     multiwall  paper  sacs  as  possible  barriers  against  entry  of  insect  pests  of 
copra  in  storage.    Jour.  Food  Sci.  Technol.  5(4):  195-197. 

94.  Mathlein,  Rolf. 

1967.  laboratory  trials  with  chemical  repellents  against  stored- product  pests. 
Natl.  Inst,  for  Plant  Protect.  Contrib.  [Sweden.]    13(112):  447-468. 

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95.  Merton,  Sir  Thomas, 

1956.     on  a  barrier  against  insect  pests.    Royal  Soc„  Proc.  [  London.]  , 
Series  A  234(1197):  218-220,    501  L84B. 

96.  Michelbacher,  A,  E. 

1947.     insects. ,  .and  how  to  control  them;  more  data  from  the  berkeley  study 
of  package  pests  and  the  storage  conditions  which  favor  growth. 
Mod,  Packaging  20(5):  143-45,  170,  172.    309.8  M72. 

97.  Misra,  J.  N. 

1951.     assessment  of  effectiveness  of  jute  sacking  treated  with  insecticides 
against  insects.    Jour,  Sci.  Indus.  Res.  10B(3):  67-72.    475  J82. 

98.  Muthu,  M, ,  and  Pingale,  S.  V. 

1955.     control  of  insect  pests  in  grains  stored  in  insecticide  impregnated  jute 
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118.  ______ 

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129.  United  States  Department  of  Agriculture. 

1959.     laboratory  evaluation  of  promising  compounds  as  repellents  to  flour 

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132.    Van  Horn,  W.  M. 

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1947.     insecticidal  barriers.    Mod.  Packaging  21(3):  150-153.    309.8  M72. 

135.  ________ 

1947.     packaging  parasites;  insecticides,  combinations  of  materials,  design 
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140.    Williams,  H.  L„ 

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